Has feminism gone too far? — with Christina Hoff Sommers and Camile Paglia (1994) | THINK TANK

Original air date: November 4, 1994

On this episode of Think Tank, two controversial feminists, who share a view that is different from the modern feminist movement, discuss what is wrong with other feminists’ outlooks.

Ben Wattenberg — senior fellow, American Enterprise Institute

Camile Paglia — professor of humanities at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, author of “Vamps and Tramps”
Christina Hoff Sommers — professor of philosophy at Clark University, author of “The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism Is Harming Our Young Men” and “Who Stole Feminism”

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